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Long time no post, yeah I’m such a bitch. BUT, I finally put up a decent website. Take a look at some of the recent samples I’ve did for promo – DROP ME DA BOMB, folks!

http://www.rafsarmento.com/

 

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Vanishing Boundaries

I have been working diligently for months on paintings for a show that I consider one to be of the most important shows in my career yet. I will be showing alongside Mia Bergeron for a two-person figurative show in Charleston at the Robert Lange Studios gallery. Mia Bergeron is one of my favorite portrait painters out there right now, so to be able to show alongside her (and maybe steal some of her clientele ;) ) is such a huge deal to me.

Since so many people have asked me, I thought I’d give the brief story of how I arrived to gallery. I went out to Charleston a couple of years ago. One of the reasons I went was to see a 3-woman show at Robert Lange Studios, of which Mia Bergeron was one of the participants. I chatted with the gallery director at the time, and friended them on Facebook. They started to see my work in their feed, and sent me an email a few months after I visited their gallery. They invited me to send work out, and later on participate in the “North Vs. South” group show. They liked what I sent, and so by the end of the year, they approached Mia and I to be in a two-person show together. Of course I was excited! Imagine, to come out to a gallery you like to see work of an artist you admire, and the gallery takes you in, then the gallery has you show with that same artist you admire! It’s one of those pay-offs that being an artist affords you.

In addition to some new paintings from previous series, I am debuting a new series I’ve been working on. The concept is titled “Proud Birds.” Part of the idea behind the concept (which I get into more detail in the latest American Art Collector magazine) is that I don’t believe a painting has to have a deep underlying meaning in it to be considered “high art,” and the peacock motif is a reflection of that idea.

There are more paintings from this concept that I will slowly reveal after the show opens. For now here are some teasers for the show.

“All Birds Must Have Wings,” 20×20 inch oil on linen mounted on board. $2400
“Black Jade,” 18×16 inch oil on linen mounted on board. $1725
“White Wings,” 30×16 inch oil on linen mounted on board. $2650
“Shedding Selkie,” 24×20 inch oil on linen mounted on board. $2800
“Parhelia,” 30×24 inch oil on linen. $3600
Here are some detail shots of “White Wings,” pre-painted pattern.
A detail of a painting entitled “Sorrow In Good Light.” 
Be there at the reception to see the entire painting.
A crop of a large painting called “Over Your Sheltered Nest.” It was also in-progress at the time of this photo being taken.
There is one more painting called “Heart In Hiding” that you will just have to be there to see it in person!

Here is the relevant information to make sure you don’t miss the show.
Vanishing Boundaries
Mia Bergeron & Sergio Lopez
September 5-25 2014
Opening Reception: September 5th, 5-8:00

Robert Lange Studios
2 Queen Street, Charleston, SC 29401 
Open Daily 11:00 – 5:00 
 Phone: (843)805-8052 
Email: info@robertlangestudios.com

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About Sergio Lopez

North Bay Area based Fine Artist Sergio Lopez. Oil paintings, gouache paintings, plein air paintings, and charcoal drawings. http://www.themainloop.com

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Update Dump

It’s been a long time I guess. So here is a bunch of figure stuff.

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About Randall Whiteis

Artist out of Florida.

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DARK SOULS 2

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Hope everyone’s fine take care my gorillas. ;)
you can find me here now, I moved a bit :) http://gaxix.tumblr.com

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More Sprite-Inspired Vehicle Designs

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